i heart lily allen, part 26

By brendon February 13, 2009 @ 4:35 PM

Pictures like this are why people say a picture is worth a thousand words.  You can just look and tell Lily Allen was doing a radio interview and they asked about her third nipple and, even though she was wearing a dress, she didn’t even pause to hike that thing up and show them.   Most other girls aren’t like that.  They’re all stuck up.  You rarely get to see them take their clothes off at a moments notice.  Unless you pretend to be the cable guy and hide cameras in their bedroom.   Which is why I do that.

(picture source = splash news)

i heart lily allen, part 25

By brendon February 10, 2009 @ 2:19 PM

Today is boring as hell, and to perfectly illustrate that here is Lily Allen (her album is out today!) doing nothing this morning in New York.  Honest to god, fire-breathing dragons could take over the earth tonight and, when taken as a whole, it would still be the most painfully slow day I can remember. 

(picture source = splash)

i heart lily allen, part 24

By brendon February 03, 2009 @ 1:28 PM

Finally.  Jeez this took forever.  People kept sending me these links (thank you, by the way) but I could never find the pictures.  Until now.  Oh, I know, I bet you’re all just as giddy as I am to get more Lily Allen posts.  Eeeeeeeee!!!!!

Lily Allen clearly wasn't going for the shy and retiring look when she chose her latest stage outfit.  The Smile singer bared her bottom in an electric blue Little Bo Peep costume and stockings on the night it was revealed she had topped the charts with her new single
Lily wore the £395 Agent Provocateur Marine Sailor body with their Europa Blue hold-up stockings, £18, and lacy Cara briefs £60.
She teamed the outfit with a pair of towering beige platform heels and was presented with a cake at the event to celebrate her comeback single The Fear hitting the number one spot.

So, in summation, I don’t know why she wore this, but here are the pictures, and as we embark on this fantastic journey together, remember your training, and god speed.

i heart lily allen, part 23

By brendon February 03, 2009 @ 5:36 AM

The big news in London today is of course the record heat brought about by global warming.  Oh wait no.  I meant to say the heaviest snowfall in 18 years.    And even though Heathrow was brought to a standstill, hundreds of schools were closed and countless businesses took the day off, Lily Allen still found time to be adorable.  Pacific Coast says she “grabbed a coffee to go and had a snowball fight with photographers before heading to Primrose Hill for a trip on an improvised sledge.”

I never know what the hell British people are saying but I assume "sledge" means "riding a sled".  But really it could mean getting paddled for an hour and then drinking vinegar for all I know.  The Brits are pretty GD weird.

i heart lily allen, parts 21 and 22

By brendon January 22, 2009 @ 10:55 AM

Lily gets two Tyler Hearts for this one because that’s how many girls she made out with at once.  That’s my policy.  That’s how I bring it.  

"I did once snog these identical twins in San Diego," she said. "I was on the sofa and I had them both, I was dancing and shoving my arse on one of them and one on my front bottom. That's the only time, but I do have wet dreams – lesbian dreams – quite a lot"

So, she makes out with girls.  And she does anal.  And she dyes her hair pink.  What a friendly girl.  I just hope those twins were hot, because I don’t like it when ugly people make out.  I like pretty things.  It's why I cry every time I see a rainbow.

i heart lily allen, part 20

By brendon January 22, 2009 @ 12:49 AM

I think Lily Allen is adorable, and I don't have to explain our love to you, so of course I’m going to mention that she had two new songs released yesterday.  One is a live version of "He Wasn’t There" that she did yesterday for the BBC, and the other is a cover of the Clash song, "Straight To Hell".  That one is for some charity album.  I don’t know which one.  Their website was depressing so I left.  At first I thought it would be cool because the website is called Warchild, and that sounded like either a racehorse or a karate game, but it was just about kids who live in countries at war.  Boooor-ring.